On this 1-day ice climbing outing near Mont Tremblant you will discover the amazing waterfalls of Quebec and learn to climb them.
Jan, Feb, Mar, Dec
* Learn new Ice Climbing skills and put them to practice.
* Spend a day out in nature, trying an exciting new activity.
* Discover the beautiful frozen waterfalls of Quebec.
On this 1-day ice climbing course, you will learn how to climb frozen waterfalls in a safe and controlled setting in Quebec that will allow you to enjoy an exciting outdoor winter sport. On this ice-climbing adventure you will learn:
About ice-climbing equipment
Basic belaying and lowering techniques
Basic ice climbing movements
Climbing communication and safety
After going over equipment and the basics, you will spend several hours practicing supervised climbs. Although it will require a bit of effort, it will also be a lot of fun. This program is open to climbers of all levels and first-timers too. The minimum age to join is 12 years old, and anyone under 16 years of age must come with an adult. The group size is between 4 and 8 people.
If you would like to join this exciting ice-climbing program near Mont Tremblant in Quebec, then send us your request and we will be happy to help you plan a thrilling day out on the ice falls!
- Guiding fee
- Ice axe
- Climbing shoes
The price does not include entrance fee ($14 per person per day) or fees.
The typical schedule is from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., but we sometimes add more start times. We will meet at the LA LIBERTÉ NORD-SUD shack, which is 200 meters from the parking lot. You will need to bring all your personal belongings. The first 30 to 45 minutes will be spent on equipment. Then we will have a half-hour of demonstration, after which we will hike to the wall. There, we will enjoy supervised climbing for around 3.5 hours. It will take us half an hour more to return to the shack and return the equipment.
Other gear: * Lunch and snacks * 1 litre of water or hot beverage * Synthetic clothing (that dries quickly) for your base layer * Polar-fleece jacket * Windproof, soft-shell or waterproof jacket * Down jacket (with or without sleeves – recommended) – to keep you warm when we’re not moving * Day backpack (30–40 litres) * Tuque (avoid pon pon hat it doesn’t fit under the helmet), scarf, mittens and gloves (2 pairs) * Old ski pants or outdoor pants (high probability of tearing your pants with crampons) * Gaiters (recommended to protect pants) * One pair of warm socks * Change of clothes for the trip home * Lip balm and sunscreen * Sunglasses or ski goggles * Camera OPTIONAL(for your safety, we believe you should always have these items when venturing outdoors): Basic first aid kit, Flashlight (preferably a headlamp)
We specialize in teaching rock climbing, ice climbing and mountaineering.
Since 2011, we have taught hundreds of people to climb safely and responsibly. We focus on teaching climbing principles rather than forcing our participants to do or not do this or that. With us, you will know that we have confidence in you and that we really want you to achieve your goals.
Of course, we do this work out of passion, out of the love for discovery and adventure and for the pleasure of spending quality time with our clients.
With that, we look forward to seeing you soon at either end of the rope!
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Great time with Antoine, he picked me up at my hotel in the city and had a great early spring morning in Rigaud. Was able to top rope and lead before the rain started midday. Will recommend Antoine in the future and hope to climb l’Argent in the future as well.
Everything was awesome and the guide justin is super nice.. My only but important complaint are the shoes. They are really beat up and old and the size selection is very minimal… the shoes are so old and stiff that I even got a blister… time to update them guys
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